Gloves for welding and similar tasks are slower to incorporate new materials. But as designers we have improved ergonomics, comfort and external and internal protection in these gloves. A good glove for welding with different techniques requires grade A prime leathers for TIG (.9 mm gauge) or MIG MAG (these require greater resistance). Stitching must always be in cut-resistant, heat-resistant yarns. The undergloves are usually 1% cotton or extremely heat-absorbent thermal fabrics.
Essential features to take into account when choosing these gloves are: top-quality material, design, manufacture, lining, ergonomics and protection. Temperature is the greatest hazard as it builds up just like water when it is poured into a glass and eventually overflows. Heat also saturates materials and penetrates hands which is why it is important to remove gloves for a few minutes to oxygenate the hands.
We have just one model of technical gloves for mechanical risks in welding which withstands 2 seconds of flying particles.
Tips on the correct use of protective equipment for welding here.